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Assignment Format for MATH 135 Mathematics is a language of precision – a “no loop-holes” form of communication. An essential part of your mathematics education here at UW thus involves learning how to “write mathematics” in a clear and concise manner, which both promotes and conveys your understanding of the ideas that you are trying to communicate. This further benefits you by making your work easier to mark, resulting in more meaningful and helpful (and often more generous!) feedback. To that end, when writing solutions for your Assignments in MATH 135, use a header on your first page as shown to the right. There is no need to have a separate cover page – please save a tree! In acknowledging those from whom you received help, include TAs, classmates, and anyone else with whom you discussed the problems. A good rule of thumb is to never write up your final solutions with someone else; that way, what you write will be distinctively yours. MATH 13_, Assignment #__ Name: Userid: Acknowledgements: __________________________
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Unformatted text preview: __________________________ Mark: Grader: First Page In addition, for individual problems, use the format shown to the right. Note the blank left margin (about 3 cm wide) for markers comments, and the horizontal lines separating successive problems. Where possible, do your solutions in the order that the problems were assigned so that the marker can locate them easily. Ensure that your name and UW Userid (not your Student ID Number for privacy reasons) are on each page. While you are welcome to submit typed solutions, most students submit neatly hand-written solutions. Name: Userid: Page __ Following Pages Additional Tips Always work out each problem in rough on a separate sheet before writing up your nal solution. Submit only your nal solutions, not your rough work. It is important that the marker be able to read your solutions. Please write neatly and make sure that your writing is not too small or too tightly spaced....
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